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Cat Kaleidoscope Stars

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Kris is making fabulous kaleidoscope stars using the 1.5″ 60-degree diamond Inklingo collection.

Kris writes:

“After seeing the kaleidoscope stars on the All About Inklingo and Quilt Obsession blogs, I decided to try some of my own. I’m using┬áthe 1.5″ diamonds and hand piecing. Inklingo made it easy to print identical sheets with little to no waste. I found this method better than having to line up fabric repeats and stacking to cut. The most difficult part of this process was finding the right fabric. I chose this cat fabric as practice before investing in more yardage, but I love the way my stars turned out.”

Who could help but loving how these stars turned out!

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I think a close-up of a few of these wonderful stars is called for.

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And here’s the big surprise – these wonderful stars all came from this fabric. Doing kaleidoscope stars is so, so easy with the no waste fussy printing/cutting Inklingo technique.

 

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Vintage Modern Baby Quilt

Ruth made this lovely baby quilt using the Inklingo 1.5″ 60-degree diamonds and the 3″ 60-degree hexagons.

She writes:

“This is my Vintage Modern Baby quilt made with inspiration from the Emma’s Butterfly Stars pattern, but made with larger shapes and no embroidery! I used the 1.5 inch 60-degree diamond and the 3 inch 60-degree hexagon.
The finished quilt size is about 50 x 60. It’s named after the Moda fabric line used in the blocks. It’s for a very special new baby in the family. I stitched her name all around in the blue sashing.
Love the line of fabric and, of course, love Inklingo!”


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Pieced Hexagons

Frummie is making 6″ Pieced Hexagons using the 1.5″ and 3″ 60-degree hexagon and diamond collections. All but one of those pictured were made using those collections. The bumblebee hexagon was made using an enlarged version of a free pattern available from the Badskirt blog. Frummie enlarged the bee by 150% to have a finished pieced hexagon of 6″.